This Tax Move Has Made a Lot of Real-Estate Investors Rich

By on July 10, 2017

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As a real-estate investor, you may want to unload one property and replace it with another. But selling an appreciated property results in a current tax hit. This is a bad outcome if you intend to use the sales proceeds to buy replacement property. The good news: Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows you to postpone your tax bill by arranging for a deferred like-kind exchange.

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